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Shopping On Holiday

This free printable ESL / EFL worksheet aims at developing reading comprehension together with basic skills in writing / spelling. Identifying and using appropriately some widely used homophones (words that have the same or similar pronunciation, but different spelling and meaning) is a difficult task not only for elementary level students, but also for intermediate level learners of English as a second or as a foreign language. The more practice you offer your students, the better.

Going In For Sport: Bowling

Another worksheet in the collection of those designed to support teaching and learning of the topics related to sport, hobbies, leisure and healthy lifestyle in an ESOL / ESL / EFL classroom. By using this resource you provide the students with an opportunity for improving their reading comprehension, in particular – developing skills in reading for detail. This task also offers plenty of scope for reinforcing the vocabulary for the days of week, time, places and food as well as for recapping such language points as adverbs of frequency and the present simple verb forms.

Going In For Sport: Badminton

A new addition to the set of worksheets supporting teaching and learning of the topics related to sport, hobbies, leisure and healthy lifestyle by offering the students an opportunity for improving their reading comprehension. This task also provides plenty of scope for reinforcing the vocabulary for the days of week, time, places and food as well as for recapping such language points as adverbs of frequency and the present simple verb forms.

Going In For Sport: Tennis

This worksheet supports teaching and learning of the topics related to sport, hobbies, leisure and healthy lifestyle by offering the students an opportunity for improving their reading comprehension. This task also provides plenty of scope for reinforcing the vocabulary for the days of week, time, places and food as well as for recapping such language points as adverbs of frequency and the present simple verb forms.

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Email About A Favourite Film

This activity is based around reading a very simple e-mail about the popular film “Music and Lyrics” and filling the gaps in the text. The task allows for introducing another source of information to the learners along with working on reading comprehension and reinforcing the following language aspects: spelling, using the correct punctuation marks in the end of sentences, using capital letters to start sentences as well as in some proper names, such as days of week.

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UK Film Classification System

Working on the handout, the learners are getting introduced to the five signs of The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) Classification System. To help the learners understand the use of the signs, they are offered to label each of the signs with the word(s) for their full meaning and to match them to the short paragraphs with explanations.